The famous, Pulitzer prized historian, writer and pollical columnist, Anne Applebaum, found herself in Greece these days and participated in two meetings organized by KEFiM, where she talked to young people and representatives of the ideas of freedom in Greece.
A few days ago, the French channel France 2 reported a story entitled “Grèce: premiers retours d'expatriés” ("Greece: first returns of expatriates"), in which examples are presented of Greeks who returned to Greece from which they had left in the early years of the crisis.
On June 16th, 295 years passed since the birth of the great Scottish intellectual and father of modern economics, Adam Smith.
 The first round of the Leadership Policy Seminars, the new initiative undertaken by KEFiM as part of its educational activities program was completed successfully on Wednesday and aims at an intensive, interdisciplinary approach to issues of political reflection and political practice.
Tonight at 20:00 at the Pleiades Bookstore (62 Spyrou Merkouri, Pagkrati), the book by Jules Fokas-Kavalierakis, member of KEFiM's Academic Board, entitled "Economic Psychology", which is part of the series "Short Introductions" by Papadoloupos Publishing, will be presented.
The Posidonia 2018 exhibition, the established two-year institution that promotes shipping, its dynamics and challenges, was completed today.
On May 9th and 10th, KEFiM participated as a guest organization at the meeting of the network of Central European liberal think tanks, 4Liberty.eu, which was held under the auspices of the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit.
KEFiM further extends its actions and international partnerships! Starting in 2019, KEFiM will participate in the drafting of the Employment Flexibility Index for EU and OECD countries.
This year's European Liberty Forum, co-organized by Atlas Network and the Center for Political Studies (CEPOS), was successfully completed in Copenhagen on May 29th and 30th.
It was announced today at the Atlas Network’s 2018 European Liberty Forum in Copenhagen, that the next event will be held in Athens on May 8th – 9th, 2019 with KEFiM as a co-organizer!
A few days ago, KEFiM and Papadopoulos Publishing presented their new publishing success entitled The Profit Motive in Education – a very interesting and up-to-date collection of articles originally published by the iconic British think tank Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) with its main subject being the positive contribution of the private, not necessarily non-profit, initiative in education.
The presentation of the new editorial collaboration of KEFIM and Papadopoulos Publishing was successfully presented yesterday entitled The Profit Motive in Education - a collection of articles originally published by the iconic British think tank Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) with its main subject being the positive contribution of the private, not necessarily non-profit, initiative in education.
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